Interest income is part of aggregate turnover but not taxable under GST

Under the GST regime, assessees are required to obtain registration under the GST law based on their aggregate turnover. There is a threshold exemption provided to all taxpayers (suppliers of goods and services). If the aggregate turnover exceeds such threshold limit, registration under GST is mandatory. Controversy over what to be included in aggregate turnover […]

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